The National Registry of EMTs Invites Your Feedback

March 26, 2024
The National Registry of EMTs Invites Your Feedback

(Columbus, Ohio) – The National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians recently approved a resolution for public comment. 24-Resolution-01 Resolution on Advanced Life Support (ALS) Certification Re-Entry Requirements is now available for a 60-day public comment period.  

Summary of 24-Resolution-01: As part of discontinuing the ALS Psychomotor Examination, the National Registry must update its State-Licensed Entry and Re-Entry processes for the Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT) and Paramedic Certifications to remove the requirement for the ALS Psychomotor Examination.  
Those who are interested may read the full resolution and provide feedback here.

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“The National Registry acknowledges that transparency, collaboration, and stakeholder input are fundamental to our operations and are highly valued by you,” said Bill Seifarth, executive director and CEO of the National Registry. “We invite you to review and provide feedback on the resolution.”     

The 60-day comment period will end on May 26, 2024.